Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Vancouver magazine's Restaurant Awards leaves out fish 'n chips

Two-piece cod fish 'n chips from Red Fish, Blue Fish
Photo by Sue Frause

Vancouver magazine's annual Restaurant Awards were recently announced, but alas, no category for fish 'n chips. One of my favorite dining adventures is seeking out the best fish 'n chips in a city or region. 


I've discover some memorable ones during my frequent travels to British Columbia. Here are some of my favorites. Oh, and don't forget to click on and see who won in the four dozen categories. They did have a Best Seafood category, which was won by Blue Water Cafe in Yaletown.


Sue's Favorite Fish 'N Chips Spots in BC

7 comments:

Madeline said...

Pajo's is my favorite for fish and chips as well. Plus, they have the best lemonade ever! I didn't know there was a Port Coquitlam location. Now to find a great fish and chips place in the Fraser Valley...

SUE FRAUSE said...

I didn't know about the Port Coquitlam, either (noted it on their website). I ate at the main one in Steveston, right on the water. Coincidentally, I'll be in Steveston on Friday, so hopefully can fit some fish 'n chips in! What about JoJo's Fish & Chips in Abbotsford? I've never eaten there but have heard about it. Bon Appetit!

Laura said...

MMmmm... looks fantastic!

gillian said...

It looks like a very delicious and tasty food. Let me try it myself for I'm on my way to Victoria. I have check in on one of those Cheap Hotels in town.

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Anonymous said...

Very enlightening and beneficial to someone whose been out of the circuit for a long time.

- Kris

SUE FRAUSE said...

I'll be posting Air Canada's En Route magazine's best new Canadian restos of 2010 sometime today. Always a fun read ...

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